Plans for station unveiled

PLANS for a massive revamp of train stations in Mentone and Cheltenham have been unveiled. Level crossing removal works are set to send trains underground, with the rail line to be lowered into trenc...

Police praised for busting brothels

KINGSTON mayor Georgina Oxley has praised a police crackdown on the operation of illegal brothels in the area. In the last month two illegal brothels in Moorabin had proscription orders placed on the...

Baden Powell set up a grand final run

PENINSULA BADEN POWELL have put themselves in pole position for a grand final spot with a good day one performance against Moorooduc at Overport Park. Three batsmen made scores of over 40 runs, with ...

New youth mayor ‘up for the challenge’

NEWLY appointed youth mayor of Frankston Aaron Quarrell said he is “happy and honoured” to have been given the role. Mr Quarrell, from Frankston North, was made the second youth mayor of Frankston on...

Students raise thousands with head shave

TWO brave young students at Rowellyn Primary School in Carrum Downs have chopped their locks to raise money for the World’s Greatest Shave. Year 6 school captain Charlotte Nation and Austin Ralston b...

Police nab alleged con man

FRANKSTON Police have charged a 26 year old man in relation to an alleged scam being run out of Seaford. Police attended a property on the Nepean Highway, Seaford at around 3.30pm on 11 March. Four m...

Disability advocate recognised for work

EDITHVALE resident Emma Gierschick has been recognised as Kingston’s Woman of the Year for her work advocating for children with disabilities. Ms Giershick’s work pushing for reform is a deeply perso...

Tootgarook get a last ball win over Tyabb

PENINSULA CRIB Point have fallen agonisingly short of Pines in the final match of the home and away season for 2019/19 MPCA Cricket. Batting first Pines were impressive in the one day match, putting ...